I have experimented with many different types composts in the past 45 years some work much better than others and there is a reason why.
Heat makes organic material compost faster. Keep your compost bends painted flat black in full sun all day. Wrap your wooden compost bend in black plastic. Put a sheet of black plastic over a compost pile. Full sun makes it get hot.
Wood ash contains lye, lime and other minerals. Lye speeds up the compost action and lime prevents blossom end rot in, tomatoes, squash, melons, bell peppers and it good of other plants too.
Urine contains lime and other minerals. Urine turns to ammonia in a few days then nitrogen fertilizer a few days later. Don't flush your best fertilizer down the toilet.
My best compost bend is a 55 gallon metal barrel painted flat black with both ends cut out setting in full sun next to the garden. It has a black lid too. I lift the lid and pee in it about 10 times every day. Lifting the lid 10 times a day gives the compost oxygen too. Keep a container in your bathroom to pee in then take it to the compost. Worms come up from the soil into the compost and it fills up with 1000s of worms. A full compost barrel will be completely composted in 30 days in the summer. You do not want an air tight lid, a flat black piece of plywood that is not perfect flat works good.
Turn the barrel over then rake the compost into the garden. Refill the barrel again do another 30 day compost. I like to rake compost into the soil around the tomatoes and bell peppers. It is excellent for corn too because this compost is full with nitrogen, potash, lime and minerals.
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If you do not burn wood at home go to a local camp ground and get free wood ash from the burn pits.
In the winter keep your compost in plastic bags in the house or garage. Mix in wood ash and Pee in each bag 10 times each day for a week. Even if the compost bag is only 50 degrees in the garage that is better than 25 degrees in the yard. It will be ready to use by garden season.
I compost anything organic, grass, leaves, SMALL sticks, egg shells, coffee grounds. No cardboard of paper it is full of glue and will not compost in 30 days. Be careful not to get too much green plants it contains too much water your compost will turn into a sticky mess of glue. You need plenty of air circulation with a lid that let is air not rain and good drainage to the soil. Make sure you have enough dry material for air and liquid to flow through the compost mixture, you don't need any green material at all but if you do no more than 10% green stuff, too much green turns to wet mush. Every time you add pee that adds lots of water, 100% dry brown material works very good. If you have to much green stuff let it dry in the sun before it goes into the compost. Urine is taking the place of green stuff in the compost and the extra nitrogen is speeding up the composting process.